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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ------ As^iniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 64h Str S. Phone I5*?n Edlsoti Phonographs. The Nw Edison r.iiu the .Amberola. Full range of Records. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Fresh This Week-Special Price on Nelson Brand Pure Jams JB TRY OUR COLD SERVICE A ssortec! cases containing 12 4 lb. tins as follows: ? tins Strawberry, 2 tins Just Phone 452 Please Raspberry, 2 tins Black Currant, 2 tins Red Pium, 1 tin Green Gage, 1 tin Apricot, i tin Peach and 1 tin Crab Apple Jelly. Prices, per case............$9.50 DELANYS CO r i H ST. 5. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 This makes the price per tin about 79 cents. Had we not laid in a supplyNn the Fall our price would have to be considerably higher today. Buy a case or so now and save money. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE CO. PHONE 5 2 S 2s, Willard's Fork-dipt Chocolates s \YUavo a vur.&r of ihi * * NO > * o $ o INTENTION OF IT 7* t'ity Clerk Duff tin's morn-hut received the following' wire from Assistant Fuel pout roller L\ \V. Peterson at Ottawa: "No present, intention of ('losing places of amusement in LethbridgeY > * .> * .;. * * > * # CITY AND DISTRICT 1 THE PEtR WITHOUT A PEER I NYAL'S aneweo and bottlso cy COLD The Lethbrioge Brewing & Malting Cq Ltd lETHBRlOGE, ALBERTA V/INNl^EG MARKET Oati- Open Old contract: ! May ".............. New contract: May............ -� July............ i Barley- 1 May............ lC�r. Fiax- .Ian.........1...... Mav............ ii'M..' CASH PRICES Oats- ! No. 2 C.\Y...WU No. :i ('.� \V.. .vS-i^i. j Close ST1-, ***** O *1 LAXACOLD and yon can feel secure against colds or LaGrippe. This remedy relieves aches and cures in an almost magical way. I'sc it in time. Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 Raffle Canvassers j All chnvassers for tickets' for the raffle of the Veterans' piano are ask-. *l*  * C. P. R. Official Coming J). C. Coleman, assistant ro tlie vicn. , \iresuU nt. c. P. H. .western lines, is ', � coming to Ijethhridgr torlay. His train was dp" to arrive at .'l.."i."i. Hw is ar-S . eompanietl by A. C. McKenzie. chief; i maintenance of way engineer for the j west. Supt. Cottrrell of rhe Lctlibridge particularly! division w^ut to Medicine Hat this ; morning 10 me�i the parly. - i How everyone unen tries to side step the accusation. ; The nights are long and very fold \ Let's help on! in ihe matter with ;i good comfortable "bedfellow" in th*1 ! shape of a liot Water Bottle. V.'e have them in all sizes and representative* on the Y. M. C. A. i kinds, from 'ho "Baby" half pint to }i0nVt\ according to an agreement with ! Represents City Commissioner Freeman was morning appointed the city count- show any inclination lo provide the products, the city market may bp re- j opened. At a special meeting of the * city council this morning the matter was discussed. The mayor stated that there hud been some demand for the re-opening of the market on the part of farmers coming to the city j ^ with beef and other products which i * i hey v.* is hod to sell direct to the eon-1 Kilmers. The following resohuiou wrt1- therefore passed; r Thai, the council look into the advisability of opening the market again hy; 1. Carefully looking into the question of location, specially considering the old city market later known ui~ j the roller skating rink. U. S. ISSUE LARGELY OVERSUBSCRIBED Washington. Jan. 30. -The irtsue of ?-100,OUO,oOtf of certif-iraten of indebtedness which closed last night, was heavily oversubscribed. T* Keeling the pulse of the people of re-opening > j J rtllllllj LllU l-FUK thifl|a:w to ihe desirability til's ! the market. > > > ? o DELICATE Ofi I the four quart "hospital ncl covered and plain. i C. VV. MANSON PHONE 613 The / Twentieth Century Book Store Brewing bv 12 to fi. .Vini went down in th- Ruins to | Metaj bottles in one and two quarts . Painter of the Turtles It to ;:. The! oni>'- in , . t 'Shepherd rink was put Wit of the! Flannel "Bottle Pyjamas" with each (Robin Hood event by Brydie. of the : ,bottle Purchased (this week only.) 1 Granites* by 10 to S in 1," emU. This , lv.as considered the hottest game of; thi- day'. Aird has a hya in the Cal-: size. Man-.^e board of directors that the city; . should have official representation on j that body. The-council nlao decided VINOL j sary Brewing event. J V ! LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms, MAD MONK IN CAST, ILIODOR, -EX ILED FROM HIS COUNTRY, -APPEARS IN GREAT DRAMA Truly Ibis is Herbert Brenon's great- � est effort, his masterpiece, his finest. contribution AO the motion picture in-' (diistry. Imagine a man able to rjse^! | Irom the position of humble sled driv- \ J. D. Kigifibotha Limited The "Alberta's Pioneer Druggist!* V/holesalc and Retail Chemlsta. TELEPHONE No. 322 that the "Y" should pay an annual $r�u looming house license in order that j there may be no discrimination \ fiKain.st the hotels and other rooming i houses of tiie city. j I er lo uncrowned ruler of the nation. 1 Imagine the tactics he -used, the mys-I tic power by whose influence he gull-! ed not only the Czar and Czarina, but. Death Mrs. Crabb Mrs. Isabel t'rahb. aged *j0 vcars, v;ife of Geo. Crabb. 6th Ave. N.. diml in the ciiy January 2Sth. The funeral will leave the jiartors of Ma afternoon Hud proceed to St. Mary'.s church. North Lefbbridge, where service will be eon-i =5 ; ducted by Rev. Snow ;.>f. VMK Inter-! ' inf'iu will take place in St. AuKuntin's i . i ccnitcry. Mr. and, Mrs. Cnibh havo j . 01 i lived in Lethhridpe for several years. Winnipeg, Jan. 30.-The Ottawa correspondent of the Pree Press says: "It is understood that a new order regulating the manufacture of cakes, pies, and pastry of various sorts wi)] shortly be issued from the office of the food controller. Th/,s is supplementary to the order regarding the manufacture of standard bread." It Built Him Up and Madq Him Strong Repair * Tinware as well as make all kinds of tin and sheet metal work. If your wash boiler needs a new copper bottom, your ftcMe scoop needs renewing, your stove pipe** want replacing come rigb: here wlu*re you can have exactly what you want done in the least time for the least money good work and good materials will permit. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ------ LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA NEWSBOYS STRIKE Xew York. Jan. 30.-Crowds striking newsboys who are demanding; ^'hoii has" just "returned from the front one hundred, two cent newspapers f .....i ni'rHn,i flinchter is only one "Bromo Quin- the authorities contend showed that of the foreign exchange department of :t iarf'Q Hnti i'YanH^eo bank, was arrested nn a warrant yesterday and iDtinuu) as u dangeroum alien, federal officals announced. Documents which � LOCK You'll be Pleased AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal jne. box. K. W. GUOVK'S signature on 30c. Hoden had been a I'ntdfic coast .jxpre-Kputatlvo of i lie Gorman Imperial ---- � - i Hani: of Berlin, were seized. \ upersor  2nC Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDViOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FArtM IMPLEMENT* CiANG PLOV^S SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES . MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS E!WD:R EN-3CIEI * PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR FAMILY PORTRAITURE Maka iI an annual dUty to >*onrselves to have your children's photo taken. You will bo creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio Ki6 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 The Ancient Order of Foresters i ARE HOLDING AN INVITATION DANCE In the K. of P. Hall on Friday, Feb. 1 MISS ARNOLD'* ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Phone 1792 for Invitations H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. % PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 A!l phone orders given personal attention. V ARLOW'S Ejr^T      ARKET 1110 SIXTH AVE SOUTH. PHONE 79$ Orders delivered to any part of the city. Service Satisfaction we specialize in office equipment Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired. AM makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixcrs, Adding Machined. t Office Desks, Typewriter Deiks, Vertical Fifing Cabinett, . Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal Forms, Loose Leaf Systems* Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE ^STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST. 6; PHONE 1107 ;